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CAREER / 14 December 2016
Treat Your Career As If You're An Entrepreneur
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Hannah Son
Content Writer
Redondo Beach

Way too often, being an employee puts you in the backseat of your own career.

When it comes time for your review, you’re scrambling to remember your projects, accomplishments, and feedback. 

When it comes to applying for a new job, you fear that you won’t stand out in a crowded market. 

It’s easy to feel like you’re not in charge of your career since as an employee you’re often being told what to do and how to do it.

But what if I told you that you can get back in the driver’s seat of your career?

What if I told you that there’s a way to be more valuable than the other candidates who want the same job you do?

What if, during review time, it was easy-breezy to not only sing your own praises but to be able to clearly ask for a raise or promotion in a way that’s backed up by tangible proof? 

If you’re ready to treat your career as if you’re an entrepreneur, here’s what you have to do:  

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